11 AM | 03 Mar

Mu-mesons March film program highlights

Where have all the Surrealists Gone?

Friday 13th March Self-Portrait of Salvador Dali

This portrait of the surrealist artist Salvador Dali details the dreamlike inspiration behind many of his avant-garde creations. Set in Dali’s hometown of Lligat, Spain. Journey into the subconscious of one of the most influential artists of the 20th century and take a look at the world through Salvador Dali’s eyes.

Giger’s Necronomicon

Giger’s Necronomicon was originally self published, then made into this 40 minute documentary in 1975 and was broadcasted in Japan only. Not you’re run of the mill documentary. As for the alien fan, this film is definitely a must see. Although there is no content directly related to the Alien series, you can see how Giger’s style is reflected in the films. Mu-Meson Archives Doors 7.30 for 8pm start $10 with supper.

For More extensive and detailed information please visit Mu-Meson Archives web site http://www.mumeson.org

Mu-Meson Archives at Crn Parramatta Rd & Trafalgar St Annandale, Sydney at the end of King Furniture building up the steel staircase. Phone (02) 9517-2010

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